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Can We End Homelessness in Fresno?

By: Mike Rhodes The City of Fresno has been hammering away at the homeless, but not making much progress in the effort to end homelessness. On January 28, about 100 homeless people were evicted from [...] Continue Reading

Credo

By: Richard Stone Les Kimber says it is simple and straightforward: Do unto others as you'd have them do unto you. "I learned this early, from my mother's lips. I was raised in a God-fearing home, [...] Continue Reading

The ACLU at Work

By: Bill Simon The Greater Fresno Area Chapter of the ACLU-NC, with considerable support from staff at the affiliate in San Francisco, is working hard to preserve the constitutionally guaranteed [...] Continue Reading

One City Distraction After Another

By: Bill Simon The local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) continues working on our request to the federal Department of Justice (DOJ) for a Pattern and Practice Investigation of [...] Continue Reading

SEIU’s Civil War

By: Bill Fletcher American workers need a labor movement grounded in social justice, not fractured, fighting unions. (This article was originally published by In These Times at InTheseTimes.com. For [...] Continue Reading